Bioelectromagnetics

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Edited By: James C. Lin

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 34/86 (Biology); 53/72 (Biophysics)

Online ISSN: 1521-186X

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  • Pulsed electromagnetic field at different stages of knee osteoarthritis in rats induced by low-dose monosodium iodoacetate: Effect on subchondral trabecular bone microarchitecture and cartilage degradation

    Pulsed electromagnetic field at different stages of knee osteoarthritis in rats induced by low‐dose monosodium iodoacetate: Effect on subchondral trabecular bone microarchitecture and cartilage degradation

    Toluidine blue stained medial joint compartment from control, OA, and PEMF treatment groups at 4, 8, and 12 weeks. Pre-emptive and early PEMF treatment had beneficial effects on cartilage degradation. Moreover, pre-emptive PEMF treatment prevented loss of subchondral trabeculae. Original magnification of histology images was 50×.

  • Consideration of different heating lengths of needles with induction heating and resistance system: A novel design of needle module for thermal ablation

    Consideration of different heating lengths of needles with induction heating and resistance system: A novel design of needle module for thermal ablation

    High frequency power source, controller, and needle module.

  • Theoretical evidence of maximum intracellular currents versus frequency in an Escherichia coli cell submitted to AC voltage

    Theoretical evidence of maximum intracellular currents versus frequency in an Escherichia coli cell submitted to AC voltage

    Global model including bacterial cell, two equipotential surfaces, and sphere of radius R, filled with physiological medium. Its envelope is successively defined with two contradictory boundary conditions, namely an isolation type and a ground type. Convergence is reached when radius R leads to same results for both conditions.

  • Efficacy of 50 Hz electromagnetic fields on human epidermal stem cell transplantation seeded in collagen sponge scaffolds for wound healing in a murine model

    Efficacy of 50 Hz electromagnetic fields on human epidermal stem cell transplantation seeded in collagen sponge scaffolds for wound healing in a murine model

    Pathological results of regenerated skins at different times in different groups. Regeneration skin morphology and human ESC growth in nude mice model were analyzed under inverted microscope using H and E staining (A3 and 4, B3 and 4, C3–5) and immunocytochemical method (A3 and 4, B3 and 4, C3–5), and micro-structure of regenerated skins after 20 days both of ESC-only group (D2) and ESC with EMF group (D1) was observed for mature degree under TEM (×6600). Positive expression of anti-human β1 integrin showed brown yellow at cell membrane ([UPWARDS ARROW]), which indicated human ESC participated in forming intact skin of nude mice including epidermis and hair follicles.

  • Study of potential health effects of electromagnetic fields of telephony and Wi-Fi, using chicken embryo development as animal model

    Study of potential health effects of electromagnetic fields of telephony and Wi‐Fi, using chicken embryo development as animal model

    Time-averaged electromagnetic field distribution at the plane of the eggs as calculated by mathematical modeling (CST Microwave Studio).

  • RF-EMF exposure at 1800 MHz did not elicit DNA damage or abnormal cellular behaviors in different neurogenic cells

    RF‐EMF exposure at 1800 MHz did not elicit DNA damage or abnormal cellular behaviors in different neurogenic cells

    Schematics of experiment (A) RF-EMF exposure system consists of two rectangular waveguide chambers installed in an incubator, and each chamber contained six 35 mm Petri dishes; (B) RF exposure timeline.

  • Pulsed electromagnetic field at different stages of knee osteoarthritis in rats induced by low‐dose monosodium iodoacetate: Effect on subchondral trabecular bone microarchitecture and cartilage degradation
  • Consideration of different heating lengths of needles with induction heating and resistance system: A novel design of needle module for thermal ablation
  • Theoretical evidence of maximum intracellular currents versus frequency in an Escherichia coli cell submitted to AC voltage
  • Efficacy of 50 Hz electromagnetic fields on human epidermal stem cell transplantation seeded in collagen sponge scaffolds for wound healing in a murine model
  • Study of potential health effects of electromagnetic fields of telephony and Wi‐Fi, using chicken embryo development as animal model
  • RF‐EMF exposure at 1800 MHz did not elicit DNA damage or abnormal cellular behaviors in different neurogenic cells

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Pulsed electromagnetic fields (PEMF) promote early wound healing and myofibroblast proliferation in diabetic rats
Gladys Lai-Ying Cheing, Xiaohui Li, Lin Huang, Rachel Lai-Chu Kwan and Kwok-Kuen Cheung

Pulsed electromagnetic fields protect the balance between adipogenesis and osteogenesis on steroid-induced osteonecrosis of femoral head at the pre-collapse stage in rats
Jian-Ping Li, Sen Chen, Hao Peng, Jian-Lin Zhou and Hong-Song Fang

Continuous exposure to 60 Hz magnetic fields induces duration- and dose-dependent apoptosis of testicular germ cells
Hee-Sung Kim, Byung-Jae Park, Hye-Jin Jang, Nagesh S. Ipper, Seung-Han Kim, Young-Jin Kim, Sung-Ho Jeon, Kwang-Soo Lee, Sang-Kon Lee, Nam Kim, Young-Jun Ju, Yoon-Myoung Gimm and Yoon-Won Kim

Do people understand IARC's 2B categorization of RF fields from cell phones?
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